Sun’s Out

By Peg on

The sun is out this Wednesday morning. Last night brought 2 inches of wet heavy snow. Probably lost some¬†snow to rain on the very bottom, have not been down there yet today. Remember everyone starts at the top on Blacktail Mountain. Temperatures have been falling this morning and the forecast looks good from here through… (keep reading)

snow continues

By Peg on

Top to bottom 3 inches of new snow this Tuesday morning. Temperatures remaining cold with alot of moisure in the system currently moving through. Even cooler temperatures forecast for the weekend as a Canadian front is expected to move in. Groomers continue to pack new snow for base as we did last week. Pictured is… (keep reading)

SNOWING

By Peg on

It is snowing this Monday morning, the first in December. The Wake Up Ol’ Man Winter Party must have done it’s job as 6 new inches of snow fell over the weekend. It was snowing and blowing Saturday as crews went through orientation in preparation for the 2012-2013 Season. Temperatures have fallen and the forecast… (keep reading)

Park Pack

By Peg on

Just a trace of snow overnight. Yesterday track packed Independence Park. Radar shows moisture on its way from Seattle. Should have the web cam up by this weekend. Little glitch on the weather station, it’s stuck. Actual temp at 10:20am is 29 degrees. Make plans to take in the Wake Up Ol’ Man Winter Party… (keep reading)

Packing Snow

By Peg on

High pressure has settled in with clear skies and sunshine while temperatures remain cold. Groomers continue to pack snow for base in preparation for the 2012-13 Season. Looking ahead to a change in the weather pattern Thursday. Saturday is the Wake Up Ol’ Man Winter Party at the Tamarack. We will be there taking photos… (keep reading)

HAPPY THANKSGIVING

By Peg on

Wishing all a wonderful holiday this Thanksgiving Day. Another 4 inches of snow fell through the day yesterday with temperatures just right for setting up a nice base, packed snow on the upper mountain, getting all ready for the season. Thankful for snow top to bottom and looking at forecast of snow starting Friday evening… (keep reading)

Bands of Snow

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8-10 inches of new snow fell over night! Between 5am and 7am four inches fell and by 8 had tapered off. The forecast is for bands of snow to continue throughout the day at times expecting 3 to 5 inches per hour. No wind at this time but expected to be blustery later in the… (keep reading)